Little River Band - Lady Chords & Tabs

 

Lady Chords & Tabs

Little River Band Chords & Tabs

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Lady Chords

   
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From: frankie@mundens.equinox.gen.nz (Frank Pitt)
Subject: REQ: Help with Lady (Little River Band)

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 > I'm working on figuring out Lady by the Little River Band.   (I haven't checked > the archives in a 
time, I want to see what I can get for it before I look
 > again, although it wasn't there awhile ago).
 >
 > I have been playing it in the key of D, and playing the main piano part like
 > this:
 >
 >
 >    D          D/C      D/B       D/C                       (Fingering)
 > -------------------------------------------------------|   Fret    Finger
 > -------3---------3---------3---------3-----(repeat)----|    3       pinky
 > -----2---2-----2---2-----2---2-----2---2---------------|    2       middle
 > ---0---------------------------------------------------|   open
 > -------------3---------2---------3---------------------|   3,2   ring,index
 > -------------------------------------------------------|
 >
 >
 > Sometimes I also add a higher note in with the bass note.
 > I've mostly been strumming the other parts (chords are G and A), but I'm both
 > trying to figure out a guitar part for the piano, and to come up with my
 > own version that is entirely picked, even thought the original song has some
 > strumming in it.    Can anyone with ideas pass them on to me?   I'm still
 > pretty new at figuring out pieces by ear, and I'm having problems figuring
 > out some of the other piano parts.
 >
 > Also, I haven't gotten the intro yet.   Can anybody help with the chords?
 >
 >
 >
 >
 > Thanks in advance,
 >
 > - G
 >
 > respond with email to:
 >
 > russell@dillon.geo.utep.edu
 >
 >
 >
 >
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